We limit the amount of items per consignor to 175 for fall/winter and 200 for spring/summer.
In-season clothing for preemies to junior sizes (spring/summer clothing only for spring sale, fall/winter clothing only for fall sale)
Junior clothes - click here for accepted brands - limit 20 pieces per consignor.
Shoes in excellent condition - limit 10 per consignor
School uniforms and dance wear
Toys, puzzles, games - must be in excellent condition, with all parts, and WORKING BATTERIES INCLUDED
Outdoor toys - tricycles, toddler bikes, rollerblades, etc
Books in good condition - children's books, parenting books, etc.
Bedding - pillows, sheets, comforters, dust ruffles, etc.
Nursery items - crib sheets, blankets, bumpers, decorations, mobiles, changing tables, crib/dresser sets, etc.
Baby furniture and equipment - cribs (no side drop-down cribs), strollers, excersaucers, rockers, bouncy seats, carriers, etc.
Car seats - infant to toddler (booster) not more than 4 years old
Sporting goods - equipment, shin guards, baseball gloves, etc.
Electronics (with batteries)- Game Boys, Leap Pads, etc.
DVDs, CDs, VHS, Computer games for children
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS!!! They are the best sellers - again, they must have working batteries
Boutique clothes, shoes, etc. for girls and boys. Click here for accepted brands.
We DO NOT Accept:
Stuffed animals - unless they dance, move, talk, etc.
Clothing and shoes that are not in excellent condition - stained, torn, broken zippers, missing buttons, outdated, etc.
Battery-operated toys without working batteries
Handmade items (eg. knitted items)
Car seats that are more than 4 years old
Anything dirty, stained, broken, cracked, or we think will not sell for any other reason
While we want to provide fantastic items at great prices, we also want those items to be safe! We ask that each consignor carefully check available recall lists before pricing and entering your items. It is the the consignor's responsibility to ensure that each item meets safety standards.
"Other things may change us, but we start and end with the family." - Anthony Brandt